CLUTCH Begins Work On New Album

Maryland rockers CLUTCH have commenced work on their new studio album. The band is currently in pre-production and is shooting to have the album out in early 2013.

Due to overwhelming demand, CLUTCH has added two shows to its short run this November. With both the Flint, Michiganand Detroit, Michigan shows sold out, the band has added an additional show to each city. The new show in Flint at the Machine Shop is scheduled for October 31 and the new show in Detroit at St. Andrews Hall is scheduled for November 4. Tickets for both shows will go on sale this Friday, August 17. MONSTRO will be opening all of the dates with LIONIZE providing direct support.

CLUTCH recently released a limited-edition picture disc single of the track "Pigtown Blues" via Weathermaker Music. The single is also available digitally. The A-side is "Pigtown Blues" and the B-side is an acoustic version of the track "Motherless Child". The disc can be found at your favorite record store as well as online at This is the first new studio material from CLUTCH since 2009's "Strange Cousins From The West", and the first simultaneous worldwide release for Weathermaker Music.


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